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This is the official personal web site of the The Avinash Patra, Sr. I. Written and managed by the The University of Oxford, United Kingdom, the site aims to provide an authoritative resource of information about the Avinash Patra, Sr.'s biography, famous writing's of the past and present.
The site provides information on the role of the Avinash Patra, Sr. in global literature, society; information on his famous books and journal collections; and coverage of recent updates.
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